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that’s why we are here to help.”

– Dr. Logan Jones

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What is depression?

We Specialize in Therapy for Depression

Many people have described depression as a dark cloud that comes over ones life without reason, blocking the sun. This experience is often described as sadness, an inability to feel pleasure, feeling low or down, and a lack of motivation or energy. Although we all experience feeling down or “blue,” depression is much more persistent and should not be considered as weakness or something you can simply “get over.”

Depression is the most common issue in the U.S., affecting more than 16 million adults in the U.S. in 2016, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. There are different forms of depression, such as Major Depressive Disorder and Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is based on seasonal changes. Due to its commonality, we want to help you get back into the sunshine and reconnect with yourself. No one should suffer alone, and that is why we are here to help.


What does depression feel like?

Common Symptoms of Depression

Although many report a similar combination of depressive symptoms, each persons experience is unique. Some symptoms include:

  • Significant lack of pleasure in most activities that was once pleasurable
  • Feeling sad or down most of the time
  • Significant weight loss or weight gain; or decreased appetite
  • Insomnia or hypersomnia
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Poor concentration
  • Pessimism or hopelessness
  • Suicidal thoughts or thoughts of death

We want to support you in getting through this. There are numerous reasons and combinations of factors that contribute to the onset of depression, such as genetics, trauma, environmental factors, and more. Even in more severe cases, depression can be managed and treated, and we don’t want you doing so alone.

There are many treatments that deal with depression, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), meditation, and medication. Medication is often used to alleviate certain symptoms, while psychotherapy helps with the disruption of negative thought patterns that may prevent future depressive episodes. 

What What does therapy for depression look like?

How Therapy Can Help Depression

There are a variety of different therapeutic approaches to treating anxiety. At Clarity Therapy we specialize in the following types of therapy:


Insight-Oriented Therapy (Psychodynamic)

Insight-oriented therapy is based on the belief that through increased consciousness we can create new life experiences. This therapeutic process involves the therapist and client exploring and gaining a better understanding of how feelings, beliefs, actions, and events from the past may be influencing our current mindset and circumstances. The goal of insight-oriented therapy is to empower you with a sense of clarity so that you have the freedom to make new, adaptive, and healthier choices that support your continuing growth.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

This process is focused on addressing thought patterns, physical symptoms, and behaviors. Research shows that CBT is a very effective form of treating a variety of issues. Through compassionate and supportive care, we hope to create a safe space for you to feel comfortable in starting the process toward growth and reducing the feelings of depression and anxiety you may be feeling. CBT can be used alone or combined with mindfulness/meditation.


Mindfulness Practices

Through consistent practice, like meditation, we become more focused on the present and understand our experience in the here-and-now. Mindfulness teaches us to shift our attention away from negative thought patterns that lead to the unsatisfactory and problematic thoughts and behaviors and move toward positive and meaningful growth. Mindfulness can be used alone or combined with insight-oriented therapy and CBT.

Are you struggling with depression?

We can help.

We offer many therapeutic options to treat depression. We teach a variety of strategies to help our patients overcome depression including how to notice and manage situations that activate depression, how to catch and correct negative thinking, how to manage relationship stressors and skills for taking action to enjoy life.

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